The MDVADC Advisory Council is dedicated to providing the best and most professional trainings and business meetings through the GMTSS so that UnFranchise Owners can focus on building their businesses and achieving success.
The MDVADC Local Council is a strong team of UnFranchise Owners dedicated to serving the Maryland, Northern Virginia and Washington, DC metropolitan areas.
Michael and Lisa Deschenes, Local Coordinators
Michael and Lisa are Professional Coordinators and have extensive experience serving in all areas of the Local Council and as UBP Coordinators. 1
Bill and April Izer, Local Coordinators
Bill and April Izer are Executive Directors with Market America. They have more than 20 years of strong experience in technology and meeting logistics.
Carole Anderson-Brubaker, Administrative Team Chair
Carole is Director and Million Dollar Club Member and has more than 20 years of experience training and building teams. Carole has filled many positions to include UBP Coordinator, Local Coordinator.
Nancy Miller-Ihli, Speaker Team Chair
Dr Nancy is a Professional Coordinator and has many years of experience with public speaking, teaching and training nationally and internationally. She is committed to bringing the best speakers to our area to support growth because better leads to bigger.
Tim Hampton, Physical Team Chair
Tim is an Executive Coordinator and is prepared to take on the challenge of the Physical Team Chair. He also serves as the unofficial UBP Coordinator in Frederick.
Carmen Ames, Challenge Coordinator
Carmen is an Executive Coordinator with Market America. Carmen leads by example having won multiple challenges. She is fun, loving and a very energetic unfranchise owner.
Michael & Lisa Deschenes, UBP Coordinators - Baltimore, MD
Michael & Lisa are Professional Coordinators. They are an integral part of the development of GMTSS in the MDVADC Local area.
Selton and Patricia Hodge, UBP Coordinators - College Park, MD
Selton and Patricia are National Supervising Coordinators. They have served as members of the GMTSS for many years.